Jernigan Global Weekly 10-May-2021
Posted : June 15, 2021

JERNIGAN GLOBAL
News Letter 10-May-2021

1. STAGE SET FOR RENEWED SURGE IN EUROPEAN  APPAREL DEMAND WHICH SOURCING ORIGINS WILL BENEFIT?

2. US TRADE DEFICIT HITS RECORD IN MARCH,  US COTTON EXPORTS INCREASE

3. BRAZIL ESALQ REFLECTS EXTREME TIGHTNESS  OF OLD CROP STOCKS

4. US TEXTILE AND APPAREL IMPORT DEMAND SURGES IN MARCH, STIMULATING NEW ORDERS

5. US EXPORT SHIPMENTS REACH SEASONAL HIGH  DESPITE PORT ISSUES

6. CHINA/US TRADE AGREEMENT TALKS NOW EXPECTED

7. INDIAN COVID CRISIS CONTINUES WITH SHIPPING IMPACTED

8. CHINA’S DOMESTIC SPORTSWEAR BRAND’S SALES SHOW STRONG GROWTH DURING LABOR DAY

9. COOL WEATHER AFFECTING DEFOLIATION IN AUSTRALIA

10. INDONESIAN COTTON USE WEAK AND EXPORTS FALL

11. CHINA’S ZCE COTTON FUTURES LEAD WORLD PRICES HIGHER

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